1943 to 1945 Imgard Fuchner Served as a secretary in a Nazi concentration camp Stutthoff, In Poland-about 65,000 people died in the occupation of Adolf Hitler’s army. Although it is believed that she will be tried this Thursday (September 30,), something happened. The former secretary fled the shelter where she resides and… escaped.
They have arrested her, but the whole story spread all over the world in panic Jewish community And some people don’t believe in their wives’ reluctance 96 years Be tried. The story continues.
Germany: Former Nazi concentration camp secretary escaped from prison before trial
Although at the time (1943-1945) Irmgard Furchner came to Stutthof as the secretary of the civil typist and Nazi commander Paul Werner Hoppe. The murder of over 10,000 people at this concentration camp was under investigation by this nearly 100-year old woman. Gdansk, Poland.
This process is not new to the former secretary because she is The trials in 1954 and 1962, Although things have changed dramatically after 59 years, because Fuchner has changed from a witness to a defendant, he had to be tried in the youth court in Izeahe.
Why in the youth court?When she arrived at Stutthof, she was in the 18 and 19 years oldTherefore, the authorities decided to focus on trials based on the age range and the time of the murder.
It is also important to note that the ex-secretary was paid attention for his work. Commanders and managers of concentration camps Paul Werner Hoppe-has been a Nazi radical since 1933.
In fact, in 1954 Irmgard Furchner admitted to cooperating with Hoppe, but said he didn’t know what happened to Stutthof, just dictation.
The past is not going away. Fuchner was brought back to the court to urinate, in an effort to keep the truth alive and to seek justice.
They have arrested her
This Thursday (September 30), shortly before the start of the trial, The former secretary left the shelter, tOr taxi And disappeared.
The 96-year old woman managed to escape the trial despite public outrage. Auschwitz International Committee, The only organization left to say that the woman showed despise Encourage the stories of survivors and justice.
Germany reported that the former secretary had been arrested in Hamburg on September 30th of the same year.
Even today, people still deny the extermination process of the Jewish community living under the Nazi regime, crimes against dissidents, socialist radicals, communists, soldiers, and even people from the LGBT+ community.
The history is still there.
Take the Nazi Stutthof Concentration Camp in Poland as an example, its history can be traced back to September 1939, During the German occupation.
At first, it was a civil prison run by the local police until the beginning of Germany Construction of forced labor campsIt is estimated that of the 110,000 deported, approximately 65,000 died in Stutthof.
The Stutthof Concentration Camp is the last Nazi prison to be liberated. [May1945[1945年5月.
** Information from Deutsche Welle, Euronews and BBC.